Vibraderm is an easier alternative to Microdermabrasion. Rather than sandblasting the face with micro-crystals, the Vibraderm machine uses vibrating paddles covered in coarse particles to exfoliate the top layer of skin while simultaneously stimulating collagen growth. This procedure is commonly use to treat mild acne scars, age spots, fine line and wrinkles, dull skin, and large or clogged pores and is gentle enough to use on the entire body. The national average cost for Vibraderm sits at $350 per treatment with a few factors compiled into the total cost:
Vibraderm Cost Factor #1: Skill Level - As in most professions, the greater the specialist’s proficiency, the more he or she will charge for their services. A physician with superior expertise will be in higher demand, thus giving him/her the ability to pose a higher cost. We encourage patients to shop around and look at prices, but keep in mind that an experienced physician will likely produce the best quality results.
Vibraderm Cost Factor #2: Time Between Treatments: Results may vary after a single treatment and become more noticeable after a series of treatments.
Vibraderm Cost Factor #3: Location - The cost per treatment may vary by region of the country. Cosmetic procedures tend to cost less in rural areas, as well as regions in the center of the U.S.; in contrast, urban and coastal regions are usually more expensive.
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